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I took the New Haven line to Mamorneck last week and noticed an advertisement on the train that offered attractive incentives for anyone who would consider moving to New Haven CT (http://renewhavenct.com/) Incentives are really amazing and include tax benefits in addition to free college education if your child graduates the New Haven public schools. Does Newburgh have a group of advocates who are promoting incentives to move and invest here? If yes, who are they and how can I get involved?
It would be a dream of mine to restore one of the old homes in the city and live there; however, the investment required is astronomical with the taxes. It doesn’t seem as if city politics are in favor of revitalization or gentrification. Does anyone have any insight into this? Too many historic gems are on the market, what is preventing the city from offering incentives to people who genuinely want invest and be a part of Newburgh?